With two state flowers, we’re abloom!
Purple passionflower and iris
This famous African American wrote Roots.
Dollywood? Graceland? Historic RCA Studio B?
Sevierville. Memphis. Nashville.
Site for 1996 Olympic whitewater competition.
The rushing Ocoee River.
Made-in-Memphis guitar used all over the world?
Gibson. Tour the Gibson Guitar Factory.
Our state horse has three gaits. Giddyup!
The Tennessee Walking Horse.
Did you know Tennessee has a state fruit?
It's the tomato.
Pawpaw trees attract this state butterfly.
The gorgeous Zebra Swallowtail.
This state rock is showcased in buildings.
Limestone. The other state rock is agate.
Longest running live radio broadcast?
The Grand Ole Opry, Nashville.
Home to Bonnaroo and George Dickel?
What does XVI signify on Tennessee's seal?
Tennessee was the union’s 16th state.
Our state tree was used for building by pioneers.
Our tulip poplars grow statewide.
Headquartered in Jamestown, along 127 Corridor?
The World's Longest Yard Sale.
The "Birthplace of Country Music."
Host to the world's largest artificial skiing surface.
Music's huge here. How many state songs?
Rocky Top, Tennessee Waltz, plus 7 more!
Tennessee borders eight states. Name them!
KY, VA, NC, GA, AL, MS, AR and MO.
Our state insects: One blinks. Hint, hint.
There’s 3: Firefly, ladybug, honeybee.
This city was chosen state capital in 1843.
Nashville. You may know it as “Music City.”
We get our state gem from our rivers.
Freshwater pearls are from our river mussels.
Tennessee's "Little Grand Canyon"?
The Tennessee River Gorge.
What two state fish were designated in 1988?
The largemouth bass and the channel catfish.
Can you name the themes on our state seal?
Agriculture and commerce.
What was the first combination candy bar?
GooGoo Cluster, by Standard Candy Company.
Do you know Tennessee's two state birds?
The mockingbird and the bobwhite quail.
"Coat of Many Colors" is her favorite composition.